Australian architect Richard Peters has sent us photos of The Shed project, a brilliant warehouse conversion of a small 1890 industrial building.
Located in Randwick, a suburb in south-eastern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, the 120 years old buiding is now a comfortable two bedroom, two bath home that shows “how much you can achieve in a very small envelope without compromising space!”
By admin • Nov 9, 2011
Located in Surry Hills, an inner-city suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, this dual fronted warehouse was transformed into a unique contemporary city home.
The residence features three bedrooms, three baths, an inner courtyard with a plunge pool, a theater room plus a garage that can fit up to 10 cars!
Australia studio Andrew Simpson Architects has recently completed the Cloud no 9 project.
The architects transformed a former stable building and warehouse into an expansive and elegant single family residence.
The now 2,700 square foot home is located in Fitzroy, an inner city suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
One of the US’s premier loft projects, The Flour Mill Lofts in Denver, Colorado, opened doors in 1999.
Originally built in 1906 to store and process Colorado’s bumper wheat crops, the Pride of the Rockies Flour mill served for four decades before it was abandoned.
Italian-born designer Chiara Ferrari has completed the interior of this contemporary three bedroom apartment, a warehouse conversion in London Bridge, with a view over the river.
“The ceiling height is used to maximize the facilities, such as guest room on two levels, laundry room and storage space.
The bedroom areas are split by a central corridor, lit at the top taking you into a large living-dining open space.”
Located close to the city of Hässleholm in Sweden, this 1950 factory building sits on a 1.4 acre lot on a small lake surrounded by woods.
The building was partially refurbished into a spacious 3,230 square-foot apartment on the first floor, while the rest of the first floor stands as one big open space.
This 2,100 square-foot, one bedroom, two bath loft located in a publisher’s print shop built in 1910, was designed and is owned by well-known designer Steven Volpe.
The loft, situated on 355 Bryant Stv in San Francisco, California, features exposed brick walls, 18-foot ceilings and eight, giant redwood support columns made from timber logged at the turn of the century.
Found on Mires, a French location finding agency, this must see renovated early 20th century house, with contemporary loft-style interiors.
This residence is located in the Hauts-de Seine department, West of Paris, France.
The best part of the property is an attached warehouse that was transformed into a huge and impressive loft-like living room.